Rent Tucker House
Less than an hour from downtown Ottawa, Tucker House is a great place for spiritual retreats, team visioning sessions, family reunions, and weddings! Excellent for community meetings, staff parties and workshops and so much more!
Guests have access to a fully equipped commercial kitchen, 3 bathrooms and shared bedroom accommodations for up to 24 people. Outside you can roam our 30 acre property, enjoy the fire pit, pool, picnic tables, pavilion and of course the nature trails!
We offer guided or self-guided tours on local history and heritage of the site and the sustainability features. Rooms feature original woodwork cut and milled on-site, lots of natural light, and design details by a Confederation-era architect.
All rentals are under a single contract holder who signs and is responsible for the rental group. A non-refundable administration fee is due in advance, with the remainder due on the date of the retreat, payable by cheque, cash or card. The contract holder must be a responsible adult who is on-site for the duration of the rental.
Tucker House Renewal Centre is available for bookings for a variety of groups and activities:
Meeting Bookings (Day use) Are you looking to host a workshop or class? You don’t have to book overnight! We are an ideal spot to host large groups.
Retreat Bookings (Overnight)
We have a large, modern, eco-designed, and functional self-catering commercial kitchen for your pleasure. Outside catering is more than welcome and feel free to ask us about our favourite spots in town!
How to Book
Our Bookings Coordinator will be pleased to answer and questions and ensure you have a wonderful experience at Tucker House. Contact: email@example.com or call (613) 446-2117 Ext.2
You can also book with us on Airbnb
Tucker House’s main floor has barrier free access. If you have any concerns about accessibility, please contact us so we can ensure your time at Tucker House as enjoyable as possible.
Tucker House recognizes that, as with Canada itself, the history of the site pre-dates Confederation and the arrival of the Tucker family. We acknowledge with respect that we operate on unceded Algonquin territory and seek to work with Indigenous peoples toward Reconciliation.